Tradition

Death Penalty: Avoiding Ambiguity in Doctrinal Matters

In recent developments, there has been a growing debate over the question of the death penalty. On the one side, the liberals are clamouring that taking the life of an offender is always immoral (though they don’t scruple to defend the “right” to destroy the innocent lives of the unborn). The other end of the …

Death Penalty: Avoiding Ambiguity in Doctrinal Matters Read More »

We Defeat the Devil with Boldness and Modesty

A tall, grey building stands against a grey sky, smoke and spire alike reaching towards Heaven. Thousands of ornate details confess a Gothic ancestry, this sacred place a child of stone born by the toil of generations. The face of the church remains stoic as her stained glass windows burst in the heat, hundreds of …

We Defeat the Devil with Boldness and Modesty Read More »

Why Young People Are Attracted to the Sublime

Liberal writers have trouble explaining the attraction young people have for religion, especially in its more traditional forms. This attraction is not supposed to exist. It short-circuits the logic of their exhausted narratives. Young people should be drawn to revolutionary narratives that preach division and equality. History, liberals say, is a succession of power struggles …

Why Young People Are Attracted to the Sublime Read More »

“Our Apostolic Mandate”: A Key to Restoring Christian Civilization!

[Over] a century ago on 25 August 1910, Pope Saint Pius X published the Apostolic Letter, Notre Charge Apostolique (“Our Apostolic Mandate”). That document complemented, in the socio-political field, the Pontiff’s struggle against the philosophical and theological errors of Modernism, which he condemned in his Encyclical, Pascendi Dominici Gregis (8 September 1907). Although the new document was …

“Our Apostolic Mandate”: A Key to Restoring Christian Civilization! Read More »